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image by Randy Young, 18 April 2015
"Indiana University Health (formerly known as Clarian Health) is a not-for-profit, academic medical health center and is Indiana's most comprehensive healthcare system, comprising more than 20 hospitals and health centers statewide. Its partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine - one of the nation's largest medical schools - gives IU Health
patients access to the latest research and most innovative treatments and therapies. On January 1, 1997, Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for
Children, Indiana University Hospital and Outpatient Center consolidated to form Clarian Health. Located in Indianapolis, the health system later grew to include multiple hospitals and health centers across the state. On January 24, 2011, Clarian Health held a special dedication ceremony to officially adopt its new identity - Indiana University Health."
The flag is seen here: iuhealth.org/images/sized/images/glo-body/Indiana_University_Health_Flag-800x0-450x0.jpg (source: iuhealth.org/ims/)
For additional information go to IUH (official website): iuhealth.org/
Esteban Rivera, 18 April 2015
The flag features the IUH logo centered on a white field with the name of the organization in black letters beneath the logo.
Randy Young, 18 April 2015